REDLYNER Racing Brings ‘Mall Crawling’ to the Desert in the 2013 Smittybilt Every Man Challenge

CHARLOTTE, NC – December 12, 2012 – REDLYNER Racing (#4550) announces its participation in the 2013 Griffin King of the Hammers Every Man Challenge on February 7, 2013, in Johnson Valley, CA.  Ultra-4 racer, Jay Callaway, will be piloting his daily driven, street legal, 2000 Jeep Wrangler.

“We are out to prove that a well built, all-show, mall crawler can be competitive in the ultimate desert race,” said Jay Callaway, REDLYNER Racing. “This jeep has been built to pick up groceries on the way home from daycare on Friday, shine at the car show on Saturday and race through the Hammers on Sunday.”

Involving the 4×4 Community

In an effort to share this adrenaline pumping experience, REDLYNER Racing opened up to the 4×4 community to build a complete race team comprised of volunteers from all corners of the U.S.


Racer Profile Interview with Jay Callaway:

REDLYNER Racing Race Schedule 2013

  • King of the Hammers, EMC Feb ‘13
  • Ultra4 Dirt Riot @ The GAP Feb ‘13
  • ECORS @ The Flats March ‘13
  • Ultra4 Dirt Riot @ Gray Rock April ‘13
  • Ultra4 Dirt Riot @ Durhamtown Aug ‘13

2013 Griffin King of the Hammers –

About REDLYNER Racing #4550

Based in Charlotte, NC, this jeep wrangler TJ was prepped with the intent of showing at the local car show on Friday, cruising to the mall on Saturday and racing on Sunday.  In an effort to be as competitive as possible, team REDLYNER has outfitted this jeep with King 2.0 reservoir coilovers from Trent Fabrication, Profender airbumps, an aluminum lightweight package including: Under Cover Fabworks’ belly up and engine skid, Sniper Fab Works’ rear comp corners and IronMan4X4Fab tie rod. Pilot to co-pilot communication has been provided by Rugged Radios. Will Carter of RightSide Performance has equipped the jeep with a complete race cage, racing fuel system, lighting and all of the necessary safety equipment for Ultra-4 tech.

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